As technology takes a central place in more trade show displays, designing around it becomes more important — and more difficult.
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Adding monitors to trade show displays is a standard part of the industry — nearly everyone wants to have one, and every trade show display manufacturer has a solution.
The TigerLink is a great option for job fairs and recruiting events — bring a whole wall of graphics with you, right in the back of your car. The only problem with that idea has been that some recruiting shows/job fairs are table-top shows, but it won’t be a problem for long!
Shelving is an ever-present part of the trade show industry. If you’re not trying to sell directly to your attendees, then you’re showing of your products or swag offerings!
Trade show season is here! With all the hustle and bustle, it's easy to forget something critical on
your way to the trade show. That's why we've put together this trade show packing list – fewer forgotten things means an easier, less stressful experience.
Some of them you've probably thought of, but we think we've put a few items in there which you might forget otherwise -- especially if you haven't had a lot of experience in the trade show world.
If you ever attend recruiting shows, you know that using your normal trade show graphics is not really the right fit — attendees want to know about benefits, time off, and growth opportunities more than they want to learn about the company itself.
Saying “I use a portable” used to be the same thing as saying “my display is boring”. Tiger’s goal over the past few years has been to erase that stigma, and bring new life to the portable category through the TigerLink.
If you're experienced in exhibiting, then the terms “Linear” and "Peninsula" are old hat for you. If you're new to the trade show world, or new to US trade shows, they can be confusing.
If you head a team of people who go to trade shows, you’ve probably found there can be trouble when you ask them to setup the display themselves. Their resistance often centers around one premise: we don’t know how to use it.